Biggest messaging sharing application has introduced a new feature where users can create WhatsApp wallpapers for chats to “avoid mix-ups”.
In order to end the confusion over chats, WhatsApp introduced the “avoid mix-ups” new feature. Users will be able to create WhatsApp wallpapers for chats. The company, owned by Facebook said, “Sent chats meant for Pat to Kat? And chats meant for Kat to Nat? We’ve all gone through such mix-ups,”
The messaging application said that now users can create wallpapers for each of the chats to avoid mix-ups.
Moreover, WhatsApp has rolled out its “Sticker Maker” application for users in 3 different countries so that users can create custom-animated stickers. WABetaInfo, the website that keeps a close eye on the messaging service took on Twitter and posted, “WhatsApp is rolling out the possibility to import third-party animated sticker packs in Brazil, India, and Indonesia, for iOS and Android users TODAY! Sticker Maker app will help you to create animated sticker packs within the next few hours!”
It added, “You can start to use the Sticker Maker app to create your own custom animated stickers for WhatsApp on iOS and Android, in Brazil, India, and Indonesia,”
To have this application on your device, you just need to download the app in order to create a sticker pack by picking a GIF or Video from the camera roll. After you add, it will be automatically converted to a webp file, can be imported to WhatsApp.
However, although WhatsApp is introducing its new features after it faced backlash for introducing new terms and conditions for the App’s users. The report published in Techcrunch said that whoever will not accept terms and conditions issued by WhatsApp will no more be able to send or receive any message via the application by 15 May.